Ethel Gaides

Graduate Teaching Lecturer, Curriculum and Instruction

Phone: (603) 536-1254


Ethel Gaides is an assistant superintendent of schools, overseeing curriculum, instruction, assessment, professional development, the Information & Communication Technologies (ICT) program, and serves as the Title I Project manager for seven schools within SAU 48 in Plymouth, NH. Gaides began her career as an elementary educator, and later worked as a library media specialist and technology educator before assuming the principalship at Campton Elementary School.

She is an experienced facilitator of instructional development teams, working with faculty to effect connections among learning styles, teaching strategies, information technology, and curriculum mapping. In addition to teaching courses at Plymouth State University, Gaides is also a PBS TeacherLine facilitator and an OPEN-NH facilitator and course designer. She has published numerous SAU 48 curriculum guides as well as articles appearing in journals such as The New Hampshire Journal of Education and Minds and Society.

Degrees and Education

EdD, Argosy University
CAGS, Plymouth State University
MEd, School Librarianship/Media, Bridgewater State College
BS, Elementary Education, Eastern Nazarene College

Research Interests

Technology literacy transfer
E-portfolio development and technology integration
ICT Literacy and 21st century skills
Curriculum, instruction, and assessment

Associations, Boards, and Committees

New Hampshire Staff Development Council, board of directors
New Hampshire Profile Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa International, executive board member
New Hampshire Community Technical College, advisory board member

Awards and Distinctions

New Hampshire Society for Technology in Education Technology Leadership Award